Federal Agencies and Forms
IRS Tax Information for Small Businesses and Self-Employed. Industry-specific information, resources, government forms and publications, FAQ, information for new businesses, including requirements for employers. How to get a FEIN on the Web), by fax, or by mail.
Telephone numbers for IRS Taxpayer Assistance Centers, "your one-stop resource for face-to-face tax help and solutions to tax problems, every business day." To check your legal business name or get a FEIN, call the IRS business and specialty tax line at (800) 829-4933. To verify SSNs, call the IRS at (800) 772-6270.
Circular E. IRS Employer's Tax Guide.
U.S. Department of Labor: State Minimum Wage and Overtime Pay Laws. Click your state on a map to get a summary of the law for your state.
U.S. Department of Labor: The Federal Wage Garnishment Law Fact Sheet #30. For assistance interpreting garnishment orders and conflicts, contact both the Federal Department of Labor and the state equivalent agency.
U.S. Department of the Treasury Publication 1494 , which contains tables for determining the Amount Exempt from a Federal Tax Levy.
Publication 15-B. Employer's Tax Guide to Fringe Benefits.
Publication 517. Social Security and Other Information for Members of the Clergy and Religious Workers.
Publication 525. Taxable and Non-Taxable Income.
Publication 557. Tax-Exempt Status for Your Organization.
Publication 596. Earned Income Credit. Please call us if you think an employee is eligible for EIC payments.
Publication 969. Health Savings Accounts and Other Tax-Favored Health Plans.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration. OSHA's official website.
Social Security Online. Information on federal disability benefits, how to get your personal Social Security statement, and other topics related to Social Security.
workerscompensation.com, a non-government, comprehensive resource for Workers' Compensation in every state, including forms.
IRS forms and publications. Forms for the current and past years.
Form SS-5. Application for a Social Security Card.
Form W-9. Use this form to request the taxpayer identification number from a contractor.
Form 1040-ES. Householders can use this form to make payroll tax deposits each year.
Form 1040 Schedule H Instructions. Household employers in New York may need these instructions to comply with FUTA requirements.
Form 941-V Payment Voucher. If you are certain that you are entitled to make your federal tax payment with your quarterly 941 form filing, you can use this payment voucher located on the IRS website. The payment voucher is on the third page of the Form 941 document.
Pay taxes electronically via EFTPS. Household employers may pay taxes electronically by signing up at the IRS website.
Change of address notice to IRS (form 8822). Use this form also to change the name of your company.
Reporting Tips to Your Employer. Instructions and copies of Form 4070 for reporting tips to employers.
Multiple Worksite Report State Forms. This page has links to these forms for every state and the District of Columbia.
Closing a Business. Your tasks regarding the IRS.